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    Contemporary designs on functional pieces - the wonders of the masking technique are endless!

  • Trudi Wilkes

    I want these on my kitchen windowsill. Ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley.

  • Debra Slotkin Shulman

    Ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics. You can see his portfolio here at Yellow House Art

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Admiring the ceramic pieces of Brighton-based artist, Ken Eardley. He has taken his background as textile designer and applied his knowledge and ideas into this bold and colorful collection of ceramics.

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Trinket dishes, each fired with a different colored marble in it! cute for jewelry drawer

ceramic. love how the pot is spotted, and you can see some of the pot underneath. so cool. want to make a pot like this!

Mint spearmint with matt grey ceramic mug by @Suus Notenboom

Duitang I only pinned this because of the name...haha I thought it was a Canadian notebook.

KYRA CANE CERAMICS. Cane’s pots are inspired by her observations of landscape and weather patterns. They range from large vigorously thrown pieces to small intimate pots, the surface of which is animated by a series of marks and subtle textures. She makes her work in series, being constantly engaged by subtle variations between each form. Photos: Sussie Ahlburg

I would add to the last one: and the chemicals present in the clay that off-gas through the molten glaze.

Gorgeous Ken Eardley items on display at The Yellow House Art - www.yellowhousear....

I love this white glaze on the red clay. I may have to do this with a couple of pieces to see if I can reproduce it in a useful way.